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The Amazing and Stunning Shivangi and her Faithful Companion the Cunning Subarna


A creatively fleshed-out example of a Vanquisher character in the first Torchlight video game. She's an itinerant carnie and sharpshooter with a pet lynx. Both have magical powers. As of April of 2021 I've whipped up a photorealistic custom character model for Shivangi. Thus ending years of frustration about never managing to make a good illustration of the character concept.

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Agent Tia Senyaka

(S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Another agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., mostly for those Marvel Universe campaigns where S.H.I.E.L.D. plays an important role. More of a technical type, but fairly senior.

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Peter Cannon… Thunderbolt !


An interesting 1966-1967 Charlton Comics hero. Not unlike a proto-Iron Fist. As of September of 2020, this profile received an editorial review - plus M&M stats that can do it, that must do it, that will do it !

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Ms. Marvel

(Kamala Khan) (Profile #1 - Absolute beginner)

Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) at the very beginning of her career. Body-morphing powers and heroic spirit. As of May of 2020, this profile received a review for style and clarity, plus M&M stats that do make their five dailies.

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“Jaevna Shilo” the Republic trooper

(Profile #1 - Early, part one) (Star Wars: The Old Republic)

A sample, but atypical, Special Forces trooper of the Galactic Republic during Star Wars’s Old Republic era and from the SWTOR video game. Comes with historical context primers, particularly about the military. As of February of 2019, this profile was revised for style and concision, M&M-ified, and split in two to make certain it's not too long to read in...

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Luc Orient companions


The three main companions of vintage sci-fi Belgian adventurer Luc Orient. It's meant to be read after the Luc Orient profile, but it starts with a link toward that.

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Sita Patel

(Global Frequency)

The heroine of bloody awesome Global Frequency story The Run. Cranky Londoner and superb parkour runner.

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Professor Q

(Saahira)

From the odd but attaching (and quite defunct) The Monarchy comics in 2001-2002. Super-intelligent computing goddess. As of November of 2017, this profile received quantum-computed M&M stats.

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Shaya

(Living Goddesses)

An early, obscure Iron Fist fighter and priestess of Kâli. With magic items and, of course, thuggee fanatical killers with 'em exotic knives. As of July of 2017, this profile has received an overhaul, plus M&M stats that attack the darkness.

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Ushas

(Living Goddesses)

An early, obscure Iron Fist fighter and priestess of Kâli. With magic items and, of course, thuggee fanatical killers with 'em exotic knives. As of July of 2017, this profile has been overhauled and is dual-wielding whirling M&M stats.

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Aruna


One of DC's few Indian super-heroes, Aruna can adopt any humanoid form and has talents for detection and acrobatics. Unfortunately they only appeared once.

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Doctor Kavita Rao


One of the big biology geniuses on Marvel Earth, but nicer than all the others put together. Which admittedly isn't hard. Anyway.

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Serpent

(Marvel Boy encounter)

An obscure 1951 character who once clashed with Marvel Boy. Snake cultist and probable shapechangers.

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Pagan

(Triune Understanding)

Avengers-class super-strength. Triune Understanding agent.

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Agni

(Jihad member)

Minor enemy of the Suicide Squad and the Outsiders. Fireballs.

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Jinx


An evil sorceress from India who clashed many times with the Titans and other teams, often as a member of the Fearsome Five. She's a cruel one whose magic can hit like a mother.

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Dhalsim

(Tom's profile)

A different, more modern profile for this classic Street Fighter character.

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Ravan


A martial artist and assassin seen in the Yale/Ostrander run of Suicide Squad.

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Mister Pharmacist


Strange and powerful super-genius with a universe as a passenger in his head. From the old Wildstorm series The Establishment.

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Captain Nemo


A legendary character from early science fiction novels, as seen both in the period work of Jules Verne and much later in Alan Moore's League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

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